Hepburn House, Lesbury, Northumberland

£479,950 SOLD

Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House
Hepburn House

With room for friends, family, children and pets, this home will be the hub for social gatherings. Open up the windows and doors, let the fresh air in. Hepburn House is a masterpiece in single storey living. A four bedroom detached home, in a gorgeous setting on a generous sized plot, offering exceptional countryside views and on the doorstep of Northumberland’s iconic coastline. Enjoying a sheltered position, this home is flooded with light. Follow the sun throughout your day, breakfast on the terrace as the sun comes up and relax in the conservatory as the sun goes down again.

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception rooms 1 cloaks/WC 1.8 Miles Garage and private driveway for several cars Large garden

Hepburn House is situated in Lesbury, a picture postcard, quintessentially English village with a post office and charming Inn. Within walking distance to the mainline East Coast train station for commuting and approximately 1 mile to the Ofsted rated ‘outstanding’ Hipsburn First School. Surrounded by open countryside and close to the coastal village of Alnmouth, recently voted as the one of the best places to live in Britain, by the The Times property supplement, Bricks and Mortar.

What’s inside Hepburn House?

Please refer to the floor-plan provided for individual room sizes and layout.

Accommodation is arranged over one floor, with four bedrooms and three reception rooms.

The large L shaped sitting room has windows to three sides and a conservatory overlooking the spacious garden and glorious open countryside. There is a double garage and parking for several cars.

From the covered entrance there is also access to the Utility Area:

The utility area provides access to the garden and the double garage.

The house is approached via a private gravelled drive to the turning area, a canopy covered entrance door leading into the:

Breakfasting kitchen:

A sunny dual aspect room with feature high level stained glass windows and vaulted Velux roof light. French windows lead to the sheltered paved terrace and the garden. Cream, hand painted country style timber units, dual fuel range cooker, solid wood work-surfaces, ceramic Belfast sink and natural stone tiled floor.

A step leads to:

Open plan hall:

Leading to the principal living areas and bedrooms

Master Bedroom with en-suite shower room:

Double bedroom to the front elevation, with a range of fitted wardrobes and storage.

Bedroom 2

A double bedroom to the side elevation with lovely open countryside views.

Bedroom 4

A double bedroom with open countryside views.

En-suite bathroom and airing cupboard.

Bedroom 3

A large double bedroom with 2 windows and open countryside views.

En-suite cloakroom

Dining room:

With window to the side overlooking the garden. Glazed doors lead to the:

Sitting room:

An open, bright, triple aspect, L shaped room. Large windows to 2 sides and patio doors leading to the conservatory. Feature stone inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove.


Lovely, bright room with slate floor and French doors leading to a decked area and the garden.

What’s outside Hepburn House?

The house is approached by a private, gravel, hedge lined driveway. In addition to the double garage there is parking for several cars.

A side access gate leads to the garden, surrounded by mature trees and hedging and overlooking the open countryside beyond. Laid mainly to lawn with flower and shrub areas and vegetable patch. There is a large, sheltered South facing patio area accessed from the kitchen, perfect for your morning coffee.

What Propology love about Hepburn House and Lesbury

We love the natural flow of this home and its’ connection to the outside space. Each room is flooded with light. The breakfasting kitchen is perfectly positioned for the garden. You can let the children explore and run wild, knowing that they are safe and contained!

The main bedrooms look over the open countryside and are peaceful and tranquil. This is a spacious, sociable family home. With a little imagination, you could live the bohemian country dream. If you’d like some inspiration have a peek at our pinterest board for Hepburn House, the Pinterest icon is located at the bottom of our homepage.

What’s the fuss all about? It’s an area of outstanding natural beauty, with incredible beaches, historic castles, great walks and breathtaking scenery. The local beach is located in nearby Alnmouth, with its long golden sands stretching out for miles from both sides of the River Aln’s estuary. It is a picture postcard village with access to good facilities. The historical market town of Alnwick is within easy reach, 4 miles away. The mainline East Coast train station is within walking distance, making commutes to Newcastle, Edinburgh, York and London all doable.

Key features

  • 2518 sq ft 4 bedroom detached single storey family home
  • Popular village location
  • Large gardens, double garage
  • Conservatory
  • Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove
  • 23ft kitchen/breakfast room
  • Double glazing, Gas Central Heating via raditators


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Council Tax Band E
  • Services: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage services
  • Within walking distance to East Coast mainline train station
  • 4 miles from Alnwick



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